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http://www.engadget.com/2011/01/04/m...p-155-inch-ol/

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Irvine, CA – January 4, 2011 – Mitsubishi Digital Electronics America, Inc. (MDEA), the leader in large screen television and a U.S. affiliate of Mitsubishi Electric Corporation, today announced the addition of a massive 92-inch model to its 2011 line up of theater-sized 3D Home Cinema TVs. This new giant will join the array of large-screen Mitsubishi TVs, which include 60, 65, 73 and 82 inch screen sizes.

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Ohhh boy!

I was really hoping the Panasonics would have better black this year, but now this!

I hope they put a brighter light in it, this would really be a potential buy for me! I already have a RPTV (old) so sticking out a bit is no problem for me!

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That's sweet...now only if Mitsubishi and TI were able to implement dlp pageflip 3d method instead of checkerboard. I'd love to watch true 1080p bluray 3d on a monster like this
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If they would only start using LED bulbs, but I guess that would make too much sense.
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That's sweet...now only if Mitsubishi and TI were able to implement dlp pageflip 3d method instead of checkerboard. I'd love to watch true 1080p bluray 3d on a monster like this

I don't know of anyone who could actually see a difference between a Mits checkerboard and a "true 1080p", do you?
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I'd overlook the half-res 3d for a proper 2:2 48/96/120hz mode.

Mitsubishi's dlp front projectors have had this ability for years, at the expense of marginally increased visibility of the rainbow effect.
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Wow! I just heard about the new 92" yesterday. I have a 73" in the master bedroom and a 82" in the living room. My cabinet has already been expanded twice (from 65 to 73 to 82") and now I have to plan for the 92". 3D is more enjoyable the bigger the screen and since I am 110% in 3D I will have no choice but to buy the monster (if priced reasonably). Can't wait.
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Wow! I just heard about the new 92" yesterday. I have a 73" in the master bedroom and a 82" in the living room. My cabinet has already been expanded twice (from 65 to 73 to 82") and now I have to plan for the 92". 3D is more enjoyable the bigger the screen and since I am 110% in 3D I will have no choice but to buy the monster (if priced reasonably). Can't wait.

Ahh...the single life.
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Ahh...the single life.

Ha ha. Actually I am married (retired) but my wife does not object even though she has one bad eye and does not enjoy 3D. My PC,Xbox 360 and PS3 are all hooked up to the 82". I spend a lot of time using the TV to play my 92 Xbox 360 games, collecting 3D material and watching the Lakers (with my wife). I also built an 490 sf room addition to house my 900 1/18th scale diecast model car collection. (It also included a 10x10 dining room for the wife).
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I'm curious when a TV becomes too big for 1080p resolution?
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I'm curious when a TV becomes too big for 1080p resolution?

You just have to keep sitting further back!
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You just have to keep sitting further back!

Or you just readjust to watch home theater rather than home TV. The 92" screen is very watchable at much closer distances than many people might think. That being said, the demo at CES was Not Good. Even with the TV in a shadowed booth, there was too much reflection off of the screen to really appreciate what the set can do. If I were to install this in a home, I would need to make sure that there were no light sources or reflection sources in the line-of-sight between me and the TV. At this size, FPTV screens are apparently just more room-friendly than what you can do with RPTV.

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I live near a Fry's store.
When does this TV become available?
Would love to check it out.

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Ha ha. Actually I am married (retired) but my wife does not object even though she has one bad eye and does not enjoy 3D. My PC,Xbox 360 and PS3 are all hooked up to the 82". I spend a lot of time using the TV to play my 92 Xbox 360 games, collecting 3D material and watching the Lakers (with my wife). I also built an 490 sf room addition to house my 900 1/18th scale diecast model car collection. (It also included a 10x10 dining room for the wife).

May I send my other half to you for training?
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May I send my other half to you for training?

HAHAHAHA. That's classic.
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I plan on replacing our 73" living room set with this 92" one. I have read that retail will be under $6,000 but cannot find a release date. Does anyone know? Maybe the AVS staff?

Thanks! I am glad I did not upgrade to the 82" last month. This 92" should be killer.
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Mits usually release their new models early to mid-summer.
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